Im Muslim…I’m Covered…I Might Have A Bomb!

Illegally entering a school bus, terrorizing and threatening the children riding on it, and then resisting arrest is apparently a resume enhancer if you’re on the left. There doesn’t appear to be any law, line of decency, or standard of expectations that cannot be crossed to incur condemnation by the democrat party, so long as you’re a member of their protected class. Instead, the more rabid the behavior, the more likely one is to rise in the ranks of the leftist, ruling elites.

The Post Millenial reports,

Ubax Gardheere boarded the Highline School District bus on Jan. 12, 2010, as it was about to begin its morning route to Chinook Middle School. Gardheere can be seen walking onto the school bus filled with children. She tells the bus driver not to drive because “it’s a matter of national security.” She tells him the “bus is not leaving.” The driver then calls the police.
When the driver asks her if something happened to one of the kids, she says “if something happens it’s going to happen to you.”

Gardheere then tells school children she is wearing loose clothing and she might have a bomb or a gun. “Someone better get here real quick,” the bus driver exclaims. A heroic officer arrives and arrests her. Finally, as seen from the back of the bus, children flee out the back of the bus. Gardheere can be heard calling them “cowards” over and over again.

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Tricia Flanagan (R-NJ) tweeted:

‘Despite her radical extremist history, the left endorses Ubaaxiina Gardheere who made terroristic threats to school children, called them cowards for being afraid. Dem State Senator Rebecca Saldana said in her endorsement of Gardheere “I will follow Ubax anywhere” God help us.’

From Ms. Gardheere’s campaign website, ‘Ubax’s core values are rooted in justice, and authentically listening to communities. She has extensive experience in social justice and transformative practices. She prioritizes working in community development and building an inclusive vision with many of Seattle’s BIPOC, low-income, and working-class communities. She believes all humans deserve respect, safety, shelter, and economic opportunity.’

“My multi-complex, multi-dimensional, hyphenated identity makes me unapologetically Black, unapologetically Muslim, unapologetically Somali, and unapologetically American” 

The keyword here being “unapologetic”. Is this the best Seattle has to offer its residents?

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